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South Brunswick Twp Police Department
Friday January 26th, 2018 :: 04:04 p.m. EST

Advisory

Police Advise Enhanced Traffic Enforcement Areas. Plan create greater awareness,safety. 17,884 MV Stops in 2017.

Enhanced Traffic Enforcement Areas
 
South Brunswick Police will provide the public with notice of areas in the Township where there will be increased traffic enforcement. Traffic enforcement is taking place on all roads every day, but these specific areas will be receiving additional focus. The increased enforcement areas are designated by data and community concerns which are evaluated on a weekly basis.

The new approach of providing information on traffic enforcement areas is meant to increase awareness, safety, and voluntary compliance. In 2017 there were over 2,615 crashes on the 192 miles of roadway in the Township. South Brunswick Police conducted 17,884 motor vehicle stops in 2017 and saw a 60% reduction in fatal crashes. 

South Brunswick Police Enhanced Traffic Enforcement Areas

Section                                 Road                                      Time period
Kendall Park                       Wheeler Road                   Next 2 weeks
* The enforcement detail started on Tuesday and has resulted in 15 motor vehicle stops to date
 

Police News –
Foot Chase Leads to Arrest
 
Officers taking a report for shoplifting at a local food store witnessed a different suspect committing a separate theft right in front of them and chased him down. At 1:15pm Thursday, Officer Ryan Bartunek and Detective Monica Posteraro were at the Stop n Shop grocery store at 24 Summerfield Boulevard, Dayton. They were speaking to a manager about a theft that took place a half an hour earlier in which the suspect had already left.  As they spoke, the manager noticed a different suspect, Vincent Stephens age 34 of New Brunswick attempting to walk out of the store with a shopping cart with nearly $400 dollars worth of food. The officers told Stephens to stop, but he ran into the parking lot and around the side of the building. Officers captured Stephens as he ran towards Route 522. Stephens who was just released from the County Correction Center a day earlier was charged with shoplifting and resisting arrest. He was lodged in the Middlesex County Correction Center pending his court appearance. It is not clear if the two shoplifting incidents are connected.
 
 
 

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South Brunswick Twp Police Department
540 Ridge Rd
South Brunswick Township, NJ 08852

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